Hurry up spring! We are ready for green growing things and flowers. We’ve been patient (or maybe not) and cannot wait to get out and
Three Weddings, One Down, Two to Go
In our culture, traditionally, giving birth to a daughter means paying for her wedding. As daughters one and two joined our family, friends chuckled as
Climbing Katahdin in Winter!
Most hikers and climbers consider ascending Mount Katahdin in winter to be Maine’s ultimate mountaineering achievement. My last excursion three years prior had been a
MomSense – Go fly a kite
March traditionally can be quite windy in the Northeast, with large gusts blowing along the craggy and coved coast of Maine. However, that blustery wind
Susanne Bouchard: Making a Splash
When Susanne Bouchard first came to Maine in 1977 from her homeland in Germany, she found it hard to believe that there were not more
Dr. Susy Sanders: An Unconventional Arrival to Psychology
Today, Dr. Susy Sanders works as both an educational and a clinical psychologist, however, her journey to both careers is not what you would expect.
Tell Me a Story
My grandmother saved the letters my grandfather wrote to her while he was away from his home in Greenville, Maine. He was working in Norfolk,
Meet Jim Leslie, Maine’s Lighthouse Whisperer
Anyone who knows Jim Leslie wouldn’t be surprised to see decorations of Maine lighthouses or miniatures of many of the state’s most iconic beacons displayed
Carnaval Maine: Get Outside and Enjoy Winter Fun at Portland’s Eastern Prom!
“The beauty of our event is that ninety-five-plus percent of the attendees will be enjoying these activities in the great outdoors,” says Brian Corcoran, founder